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Judy Dyble's new album with King Crimson members

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Topic: Judy Dyble's new album with King Crimson members
Posted By: koldobarroso
Subject: Judy Dyble's new album with King Crimson members
Date Posted: March 17 2009 at 12:20
I've done the illustrations for the booklet of Judy Dyble's forthcoming album "Talking With Strangers", which features the collaboration of King Crimson members Robert Fripp, Ian McDonald and Pat Mastelotto.

The album has been produced by Tim Bowness (No-Man) and Alistair Murphy. The booklet will also include an illustration of Judy's cover of Pete Sinfield's lyric "C'Est La Vie".

I've been posting samples of the illustrations for the album in my blog. Some of them have a lot to do and had been inspired by King Crimson.

You may have a look here: -

Illustration for Judy Dybles "Harp Song" by Koldo Barroso

Posted By: SouthSideoftheSky
Date Posted: March 24 2009 at 04:58

Nice pictures, but what is the music like?


Posted By: soundsweird
Date Posted: March 24 2009 at 23:42
Of course, Judy was with King Crimson prior to their first album.  KC precursor Giles Giles & Fripp's demo album "Brondesbury Tapes" features her vocals on a number of tracks. I'd like to hear this.

Posted By: Dick Heath
Date Posted: March 25 2009 at 04:38
Originally posted by soundsweird soundsweird wrote:

Of course, Judy was with King Crimson prior to their first album.  .
Also was with the Fairport Convention in its early days

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Posted By: Sean Trane
Date Posted: March 25 2009 at 04:54
and was the founder of Trader Horne (in the Prog Folk section)

Posted By: lildabaduye
Date Posted: July 08 2009 at 19:39
Well koldobarroso, I am thrilled about your illustrations.  They are intriguing.  Your drawings remind me very much of some friends who I have lost touch with who had (have?) a long running Punch and Judy show that they for years did street shows with.  It was fab and free spirited.  Your drawings have a similar quality.

Posted By: koldobarroso
Date Posted: July 08 2009 at 21:58
Thanks! The CD will be out at the end of this month and I'll be giving away signed copies at my web site. I'm also preparing a limited edition of signed prints. It will all be announced at my blog:

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